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August 28, 1970 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-08-28

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to Focus on Future
Midrasha Registration Opens Sept. 9. Rodicile The.,-theinier
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of
Jewish Children
Judaic Dept. Adult Studies Expanded

24—Friday, August 28, 1970

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ish Art History Workshop; Alen,
Ideas. and Events: The Dynamics
of Jewish History; and the State
of Israel: Evolution and Develop-
ment.
Courses offered in the Hebraic
department include: A Survey of
Tannaitic Literature: Introduction
to the Alishna; Introduction to the
Bible (also offered on the Wayne
State University campus); a Com-
parative Study of the Writings of
Bialik and Tchernichovsky Within
the Context of Their Times; A
Survey of Jewish Thought, Part I:
the Babylonian Talmud — Selected
Themes; and Modern Jewish
Thought (also offered on the Wayne
MRS. WALLY SAMPSON
campus).
For information, call the Mid-
In a recent ceremony at Cong.
rasha, 352-7117 or 354-1050.
Shaarey Zedek, Rochelle Sheila
Westheimer became the bride of
Wally Sampson. Rabbi Irwin
Groner officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Westheimer of
Adrian Rd., Southfield, and Airs.
Emeline Sampson of Fontaine Pl.,
Oak Park.
The bride wore a peau de soie
and lace gown embroidered with
hand-beaded pearls, featuring a
high crowned collar and bishop
sleeves. The band-style headpiece
coordinated with the gown. A
floor-length chapel train was at-
tached.
Ilene Westheimer served her
sister as maid of honor. Mrs.
Linda Marcus, sister of the
bridegroom, was matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Mes dames
MAX SCHRUT
Barbara Stern, Beverly Still-
For Good Photographs
water and Paula Sampson and
and Prompt Service
Miss Susan Fuller.
Call Me at
Dr. Michael Sampson, brother of
the bridegroom, served as best
MRS. PAUL FREEMAN
man. Ushers were Larry Stillwater,
Eva Susan Cline, daughter of Dennis Columbus, Milton Stern,
Weddings - Bar Mitzvas
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cline of Phil Garelik and Dr. Hank Marcus.
We Come to Your Home
After a honeymoon in Bermuda,
Los
Palmos Dr., Southfield, was
With Samples
married recently in Cong. Bnai the couple is residing in Royal
UN 4-6845
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Oak.
David to Paul Harvey Freeman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Free-
man of Miami.
OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS
The bride wore a floor-length
mantilla and gown of silk and peau
The CARIBE MOTEL
de soie. The maid of honor was
PROVIDES YOUR
Judy Cline, sister of the bride.
WITH . . .
Best man was Alan Freeman,
CONVENIENT LOCATION!
NEW YORK — Mrs. Lucy S.
Woodward near 7 aLle Rd.
brother of the bridegroom. The
Dawidowicz, associate professor of
Minutes away from everything
ceremony was performed by Rabbi
history at Yeshiva University, has
LUXURIOUS ROOMS
Hyman Donin.
• Phones • Air Conditioning
been named to the nation's first
• Complete Kitchens
Attending the ceremony were the
Chair on Holocaust Studies, it was
• Wah.to•Wall Carpeting
bridegroom's grandmothers, Mrs.
announced
by Dr. Samuel Belkin,
COMPLETE
Anna Teitch and Airs. Rebecca
president.
ACCOMMODATIONS
Freeman, both of Miami.
Prof.
Dawidowicz
fills the chair
AT NO EXTRA COST
Following a honeymoon in New
• TV and Radio • Parking
York and Spain, the couple will established through Dallas builder
• Continental Breakfast
and philanthropist Paul Lewis.
reside in Miami.
PRONE
Lewis awarded the university
TO 8-2662
a five - year, 575,000 grant to fur-
Farband Office Moved
ther the study of the Holocaust.
Joseph Katz, chairman of the
The chair, bearing the name of
Rates
Farband City Committee, an-
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, is the first
Moderate
nounces that the committee has
such effort at an American uni-
Start at
versity.
moved to new headquarters at the
Workmen's Circle Center, 534-
$8.00
As part of the program, courses
3666.
relevant to the Holocaust are being
The first general meeting of the taught by Prof. Dawidowicz, Dr.
Neer 7 Mile Road
season will be held 8:30 p.m. Irving Greenberg and Ichak Avn-
19630
Sept. 19 at the Center. The office ery.
is open daily from 10 a.m. to
Woodward
Dr. Norman Lamm, lecturer and
1 p.m.
author in the area of Jewish
thought, will devote several lec-
tures to the signifivance and philo-
sophic implications of the Holo-
caust.
Before her appointment to Yes-
hiva University last year, Prof.
Dawidowicz had been director of
ALL SPECIALS GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
research with the American Jewish
Committee.
SlUiRbDAY ON LY
Airs. Dawidowicz is the author
of
"The Golden Tradition: Jewish


Life and Thought in Eastern
Europe" and many other works.

The Midrasha, College of Jewish
Studies, will hold registration for
the division of Judaic studies Sept.
9, and for the division of Hebraic
studies Sept. 10, 6-9 p.m., in the
Rohlik Building, Southfield.
The Alidrasha's Judaic depart-
ment will expand its adult pro-
gram this fall to include a number
of new courses in Jewish studies,
conducted in English and requiring
no Hebrew for admission.
Any adult interested in acad-
emically oriented courses in Jew
ish studies may enroll in as many
courses as he wishes. Those who
so desire may matriculate and
work toward the bachelor of
Judaic studies degree which the
Midrasha is authorized to grant
by the State Board of Education.
Fall courses include: Habet
Ushma (audio-visual method for
beginners and intermediates); the
Book of Exodus with Commen-
taries; Modern Jewish Thought;
Jewish Life and Observances; Jew-

Paul H. Freeman Takes

Eva S. Cline as Bride

BLAIR STUDIO

Lucy Dawidowicz
Named to U.S.' 1st
Holocaust Chair

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Word was received on Tuesday
in an overseas telephonic message
from Airs. Morris (Emma) Schav-
er that she became a grandmother
on that day.
Her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Isaac!
Schaver, gave birth to a daught2r.
Her son, Isaac, is a student in ;
the college of medicine of Tel Aviv
University.

The greatest penalty of evil-
doing is to grow into the likeness
of bad men. — Plato.

FOR THE BEST IN
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MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

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The Fall Forum of the women's
division. Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, will consider the future of
Jewish children during its two-ses-
sion meetings, 12:30 p.m. Sept. 16
and 23, at the Jewish Center.

SAM EMMER

And His Orchestra

358-0938

STU RABEN

"Will Our Children be Jewish
in IMO?" is the subject for the
meetings, Mrs. John L. Green-
berg, chairman of the 1970 Fall
Forum planning committee, an-
nounced.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Specializing in
Weddings, Bar Mitzvos

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Assisting Mrs. Greenberg on the
committee are Mrs. Maxwell
Lapides, adviser, and Mrs. Burt
Mahler, secretary. On the commit-
tee are Mesdames Michael Allcr,
Myron Attenson, Harold Blumen-
stein, Lawrence S. Cohen, Sher-
wood Colburn, Peter Cullman, Her-
bert Goldstein, Jerome Halperin,
Gerald Ingber and Harold Katz-
man.
Also Mesdames Thomas Klein,
Murray Kling, Myron LaBan, Shel-
don LaBret, Stuart La Kind, James
Labes, Irving Nusbaum, Robert
Portnoy, Mark H. Saidman, Daniel
Schechter, Murray A. Shekter,
Marvin D. Siegal, George Sim-
mons, R. H. Starr, Bernard Stoll-
man, Harold Stulberg, Norman
Sussman, Joel Tauber, Allen Wax-
enberg and Robert Weinstock.
For reservations, call the wom-
en's division at the Federation, WO
5-3939.

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etc.

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Invitations and Party Ac-
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Heartiest Congratulations on
the marriage of their children

JUDITH and IAN

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Lucky, Gadi and Ronit.

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